WESTERN SAINTS FAQ
Reader Daniel Lieuwen
I will not be spending much time on Western saints that every Orthodox should
know and love: Pope St. Gregory, St. Irenaeus, St. Augustine, St. Ambrose
of Milan. Italian saints tend to be fairly well known. However, saints from
Western Europe other than Italy are poorly known. Being of Dutch, French
(Huegenout), and German extraction, I have an active interest in such
saints. This will be a very preliminary list of sources of information:
pointers to texts containing lists of saints of particular countries,
places to acquires Lives (particularly those translated from texts from
the same age as the saint), places to acquire icons, and the like. I plan
to update it as I get more information. If you send mail to:
I will try to incorporate the improvements in a reasonable time frame.
Information contained is unaudited. I am giving it as I was given it mostly
with only a small fraction of this the results of my own research. I will
improve errors and ommisions in responce to your feedback.
I am missing some addresses that I do not have on-line. Providing them to
me would improve the FAQ.
Where do I find Icons of Western Saints?
[as you can see this is sketchy, if you send me more
detailed information, like lists available from each source, I will add in;
I probably will at some point anyway, but if someone helps out, it'll speed
1) St. Vladamir's carries icons of Celtic saints
St. Vladimir's Seminary Bookstore
575 Scarsdale Road
Crestwood, NY 10707
2) Holy Transfiguration monastary
Holy Transfiguration Monastery
278 Warren Street
Brookline, MA 02146
carries: [I may have missed some]
Western European Saints
A-247 St. Alban (5 1/4 x 9 1/4)
A-24 St. Ambrose (6 1/2 x 9 1/2)
A-153 St. Benedict (7 1/4 x 8 7/8)
A-265 St. Boniface of Rome (7 1/4 x 9 7/8)
A-295 St. Botolph of Boston (6 1/4 x 9 3/4)
A-313 St. Columba of Iona (6 x 9 3/8)
A-297 St. Edward (7 1/2 x 9 1/2) [the Confessor or another?]
A-239 St. Joseph of Arimathea (6 1/2 x 9) [he came to England]
A-327 St. Kenneth (7 1/8 x 9 1/2)
A-303 St. Melania of Rome (7 x 9 1/2)
St. Aiden of Lindesfarne
St. Oswin, King of Deira (spiritual son of St. Aiden)
North American Saints
A-318 Blessed Archbishop John Maximovitch (7 1/4 x 9 1/2)
A-106 St. Peter the Aleut (6 1/8 x 9 1/2)
A-278 St. Tikhon the Confessor--Patriarch of Moscow (7 1/4 x 9
A-227 St. Juvenaly of Alaska (7 x 8 3/4)
3) Various Western saints can be gotten from the "New Age 'Orthodox'" Monastary
in Nebraska and are sold at many places including Light and Life under the
name "Windows into Heaven". I would urge that those considering buying
from this source (the only source for many Western saints like St. David
of Wales apparantly), consider carefully the warnings about these icons
that appeared on the Orthodox mailing list.
4) St. Mark's (Western Rite) Antiochian Orthodox Church in Colorado has several
relevant icons (including all Saints of Britain)
5) The late Archimandrite David of the Monastery of St Seraphim of Sarov,
Walsingham, Norfolk, England, produced icons of several British Saints
St Patrick and
Prints of these should be available.
Monastery of St Seraphim of Sarov
3 Bunkers Hill
Egmere, Walsingham, Norfolk
Great Britain, NR22 6AZ
6) St. Deinio's paper icon may be ordered by writing
the Rev. Dr. Peter J. Jagger, M.A., M.Phil., F.R.Hist.S.,
Warden and Chief Librarian
St. Deiniol's Library, Hawarden
Clwyd, CH5 3DF
North Wales, Great Britain
Tel. 0244 532350
7) The predominantly Russian parish, Mark Markish attends in Boston
commissioned an iconographer to paint a large icon of St.Botolph,
the patron of the city of Boston (Botolphstown?) in Britain and its
8) An icon of St. Colman, Bishop of Lindisfarne, was obtained from _Orthodox
9) vol. 2 of Saints of Anglo-Saxon England (St. Nectarios) has St. Dunstan's
icon, but not in color (part of a four volume series by St. Nectarios Press
[or at least carried by them], two of which are out). Nina is looking into
getting it reproduced in color (asking its owner).
10) Line drawing icons of many saints of Gaul can be found in Fr. Seraphim
Rose's translation of VITA PATRUM
11) St. Tikhon's Bookstore carries a nice icon of all the saints of North
America recognized by the OCA and I believe other North American saints too.
12) There is a St. Edward [the Confessor] Brotherhood in England. They
apparantly have some English icons (including St. Edward).
13) [From: Clive Barbour ]
St George Orthodox Information Service
64 Prebend Gardens
London W6 0XU
Tel/Fax (+44) 181 741 9262
GOIS publishes many icon prints of British and Irish saints, and recently
published as a postcard an icon I had commissioned of three local saints,
Columbanus, Gall and Comgall who were associated with Bangor Abbey before
evangelising parts of western Europe. The town of St Gallen in Switzerland
is named after him and (I think) he might be patron of Switzerland. I
have the troparia to all three saints if anyone is interested.
The chap who runs SGOIS (and edits an occasional newsletter called
"Orthodox News") is called Andrew Bond. His latest newsletter listed the
following icon postcards of the Saints of the British Isles which he had,
but I know he has many more than these, including eastern Saints:
Apostle Aristobulos [first Bishop of Britain]
St David of Wales
St Aidan of Lindisfarne
St Finan of Lindisfarne
St Colman of Lindisfarne
St Cedd of Essex
St Oswald of Northumbria
St Oswin of Northumbria
St Angus of Keld
St Eanswythe of Folkestone
St John of Beverley
St Brannock of Braunton
St Urith of Chittlehampton
St Brendan the Voyager
St Colman of Oughaval
Sts Gall, Comgall and Columbanus of Bangor
St Frideswide of Oxford
St Ita of Kileedy
St Brihtwold of Ramsbury
Where do I find Lists of Western Saints of Various Countries?
1) The annual Calendar published in French by the Fraternite Orthodoxe (based
in Paris) contains substantial lists of French saints for each day of the
2) The Calendar produced by the Orthodox Fellowship of St John the Baptist
(based in Britain) gives a conservative list of British (including Irish)
saints for each day.
3) The Typicon of St. John of Kronstadt press may still list Western Saints.
4) List of Saints of the Netherlands available in St. Herman Calendar
5) List of Pr-schism saints of Belgium in Orthodox Tradition Vol X Num 4 1993
Vol XI Num 1 1994
Where do I find Lives of Western Saints?
[The nicely formatted ones are from St. Nectarios'
which I lifted with permission from Nina Seco]
1) THE LION, a publication of St. Mark's, Denver publishes many articles
concerning Western pre-schism saints.
2) book listing Western Saints is "The Avenel Dictionary
of Saints" by Donald Attwater. 1981 Avenel Books New York. Distributed
by Crown Publishers by arrangement with Penguin Books Ltd.
3) Orthodox Life, Orthodox Word, Living Orthodoxy, and True Vine carry
lives of Western saints.
4) Lives of Saints Robert (Rupert) and Erendruda (Erentraud) of Salzburg can
be gotten on-line.
5) Richard Stanton, A MENOLOGY OF ENGLAND AND WALES...1887 was suggested as a
nice source of no-longer-copyrighted material.
6) Butler's Lives of Saints is reputed to be pretty good if you get the "old"
edition. The newer edition by Attwater rewrites the lives in accord with
"current research", so traditions end up being lost.
7) The Lord willing, I'll be tracking down information on Lives of Dutch saints
(with a name like Lieuwen, I have some prejudice for things Dutch!). I was
given some names by Jim Forest, and hope to have more information on this
Culled fm St Herman calendar
Saints Gertrude of Nijvel,Abbess Feb 12/25
Wulfram, missionary Mar 20/Apr 2
Woutruide, foundress of a monastery !April 9/22
Ansfried, bp of Utrecht May 3/16
Domitianus of Maastricht May 7/20
Servatius, defender against Arianism May 13/26
Medardus. bp June 8/21
Frederich, bp of Utrecht July 18/31
Bernulphus, bp of Utrecht July 24/Aug 6
Jeroen, priest martyr, Aug 17/30
Lambert, hieromartyr of Maastricht Sep 17/30
Bavo penitent and hermit, Patron of Haarlem Oct 1/14
Foilan, Irish monk martyr Oct 31/Nov 13
Odrada , nun
Winnocus, Abbot Nov 6/19
Willibrord, Apostle of the Neth Nov 7/20
Trudo, Abbot Nov 23/Dec 6
Eligius Bp Dec 1/14
Boniface (shows up as N. German on the calendar, but the Dutch claim him
as their own too---Friesland the ethnic entity spans the national borders)
8) Lives of Holy Saints Ethelreda, Sexburga, and Ermenhilda of Ely
in Living Orthodox March-April 1993 (actual release March 1994)
9) Sixety Saxon Saints from
Anglo-Saxon Book/ Pinner, Middlesex L2.95
May not be an Orthodox source, _The Shepherd_complained about its tone
10) Nice books on Celtic saints (of which I purchased Lives of St. Columba and
St. Columban through the Valaam Society Bookstore in Chico)
Dyfed SA48 8PJ
Reprints of (apparantly Anglo-Catholic translations I'd guess) of the
second half of the last century. Include the following (and more I believe)
11) St. Ignatius of Antioch Press
Post Office: Grace Ministries, Inc.
6665 Huntley Rd., Suite K
Columbus, OH 43229
4.95 for 40 page books with Troparion, Kontakion, and removable small icon
Augustine of Canterbury
(each has own book)
Stylite Publishing Ltd.
Nina Seco told me that Stylite is out of business, so I don't know how
much longer these books will be available. If someone else is publishing
them now (or Stylite is back in business), please let me know.
12) Ancient Christian Writers series (Blue Patristics books)
carries Confessions of St. Patrick
13) Penguin carries:
Eusebius's Ecclesiastical History (which has both Eastern and
Bede's Ecclesiatical History
A volume of Lives of Saints by the Venerable Bede
Confessions of Saint Augustine (can be gotten on tape from another
source, although perhaps from a different translation. If interested,
I can check)
14) VITA PATRUM: The Life of the Fathers by St. Gregory of Tours (translated
by Fr. Seraphim Rose and published by St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood in
Platina) gives good information on the Saints of Gaul. Has background
information on the church in Gaul by Fr. Seraphim. Includes pictures of
ancient frescoes, pictures (maybe just line drawings) of old monastaries,
etc... Has more than 20 Lives.
ST. GREGORY OF TOURS, the great bishop of the Gallic church of
the 6th century recorded many miracles and narratives of early
saints in 7 volumes, 3 of which are now available in English.
These short accounts provide a valuable picture of the early
Church. LUP Paper
(GLC) GLORY OF THE CONFESSORS translated by Raymond Van Dam.
Narratives about confessors and the miracles they or their
relics performed. 136pp. e$15.00
(GLM) GLORY OF THE MARTYRS translated by Raymond Van Dam.
Narratives about martyrs and the miracles associated with
them. 160pp. e$16.00
(LF) LIFE OF THE FATHERS translated by Edward James. The VITA
PATRUM, a collection of 20 lives of saints of the church of
Cleremont and Gaul 164pp. e$16.00
A History of the Franks, Translated by Lewis Thorpe
This colorful narrative of French history in the sixth century is a
dramatic and detailed portrait of a period of political and religious
turmoil. 720 pp. 0-14-044295-2 $9.95 (Penguin classics)
15) (AS1) THE SAINTS OF ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND (9- 11th Centuries) by
Vladimir Moss. A series of lives of Orthodox martyrs and
strugglers from the land of England from the centuries just
prior to the Norman Conquest, who are largely unknown to us.
(AS1) Vol. 1: 19 saints from 779 to 934 with an excellent
historical introduction. 112pp. Illus. Paper b$8.50
(AS2) Vol. 2: This volume contains seven 10th century saints,
including St. Dunstan. SNP 113pp. Paper b$8.50
16) (BEN) SAINT BENEDICT OF NURSIA, Revised Edition The Life of
St. Benedict from the MENOLOGY of St. Dimitri of Rostov and
the liturgical service and akathist translated by Isaac
Lambertsen, together with the English text of the Rule of St.
Benedict for monasteries. An excellent edition. KRON 80pp.
17) (BRE) SAINT BRENDAN Edited by Iain MacDonald. One of a series
of lives and writings of early Irish and Scottish saints from
original sources, with a brief historical background. Contains
the famous voyage of this 6th century monk. FLORIS 64pp.
18) (BRI) SAINT BRIDE (BRIDGIT) Edited by Iain MacDonald. One of
a series of lives and writings of early Irish and Scottish
saints from original sources, with a brief historical
background. St. Bridgit was the founder of the first convent
in Ireland about the year 500. FLORIS 64pp. Paper d$6.00
19) (CLB) SAINT COLUMBA Edited by Iain MacDonald. One of a series
of lives and writings of early Irish and Scottish saints from
original sources, with a brief historical background. St.
Columba, founder of the Abbey of Iona, was also a great
missionary and lived in the 6th century. FLORIS 64pp. Paper
20) (NI) SAINT NINIAN Edited by Iain MacDonald. One of a series of
lives and writings of early Irish and Scottish saints from
original sources, with a brief historical background. Fifth
century missionary-bishop who evangelized the northern Britons
and the Picts from his mission at Whithorn. FLORIS 64pp.
21) (PAT) SAINT PATRICK Edited by Iain MacDonald. One of a series
of lives and writings of early Irish and Scottish saints from
original sources, with a brief historical background. The
famous 5th century missionary bishop called "The Apostle of
Ireland." FLORIS 64pp. Paper d$6.00
22) Nina Seco informs me that this is not all from Floris:
"Floris Books has a series of small "popular" lives (St. Patrick, Columba,
Bride, Mungo, Brendan, Ninian), which are distributed here
by Anthropomorphic Press. St. Nectarios Press is carrying those too."
23) (BED) A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH CHURCH AND PEOPLE by the
Venerable Bede, translated by Leo Sherley- Price. A vivid
account of Saxon England and Celtic Britain from 55 B.C. to
731 A.D., containing the accounts of many of the saints and
righteous who so influenced the religious and political
24) Everyman publishes "Anglo-Saxon ". I saw it in
Border's bookstore in the Cincinnati area (near Tri-County mall). It
had several lives in addition to other material. Nina Seco isn't sure
if the publisher is still in business or not. Any information in this
regard would be appreciated.
25) [From Norman Redington]
One truly outstanding popular book on the Celtic church, if
you can tolerate a slight "New Age" feel, is
AUTHOR: Toulson, Shirley.
TITLE: The Celtic year /
PLACE: Shaftesbury, Dorset ; Rockport, Mass. :
This book is more than just an excellent handbook of Celtic saints
by feast day which includes their traditional legends as well as
modern critical opinion -- written for residents of/ visitors to
the British Isles, it features a "pilgrimage of the month" to
12 major sites, complete with detailed maps and travel tips!
26) [From Norman Redington]
Because the Celtic tradition is popular with aging hippies and
the like, there are a number of anthologies of Celtic spirituality
aimed at that market. One of the best is
TITLE: Celtic Christianity :
ecology and holiness /
PLACE: Great Barrington, Mass. : Rochester, Vt. : Distributed to the
book trade by Inner Traditions International,
PUBLISHER: Lindisfarne Press ;
27) [From Norman Redington]
I am very impressed with J.J.O'Meara's translation of the Navigatio
TITLE: The voyage of Saint Brendan :
journey to the promised land = Navigatio Sancti Brendani abbatis
PLACE: Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire :
PUBLISHER: C. Smythe,
YEAR: 1991 1976
28) [From Norman Redington]
Moving to the Anglo-Saxon era, Cambridge University Press publishes
B. Colgrave's excellent translations of English Latin writings,
including The Life of St. Guthlac, Two Lives of St. Cuthbert,
and The Earliest Life of Gregory the Great. These are all actually
available in paperback.
Where do I find Lives of Western Saints on Tape?
[Note, these are from St. Nectarios Press.
We carry them in our church library, but have bleeped out extraneous attacks
on other Orthodox Christians in them. They would be much improved by the
removal of that material. If it upsets you too much, don't order the tapes]
1) (T2) THE BRITISH SAINTS by Fr. David Belden, 1987
2) (T5) THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ST. DUNSTAN by Fr. David Belden
Where do I find Writings of Western Saints?
1) The writings of Western saints can be found in many of the standard
patristics sets: Eerdmans' Ancient Christian Writers, Fathers of the Church
Fathers of the Church listing
Author/Title Index to the Series
Just the Patristic series
2) (CASS) CONFERENCES by St. John Cassian. Selections from a
wonderful work on the ideals of monasticism in the Egyptian
and Syrian deserts of the fourth and fifth centuries by a
great saint who brought Orthodox monasticism to the West.
PAUL 208pp. Paper d$13.00
3) (PRF) PROOF OF THE APOSTOLIC PREACHING by St. Irenaeus of
Lyon. Presbyter and later Bishop of Lyon in the 2nd century,
St. Irenaeus composed this work which is an "exposition" of
the apostolic teachings on God and His creatures, the history
of redemption, and Christ in the Old and New Testaments. A
very important catechetical writing. ACW Vol. 16 PAUL
233pp. Cloth d$17.00
4) (WDS) WE DON'T SPEAK GREAT THINGS - WE LIVE THEM A
contemporary rendition of two early Christian works: FIRST
APOLOGY by St. Justin Martyr, and OCTAVIUS by Mark Felix.
St. Justin's Apology is one of the oldest in existence,
describing early worship and baptism services, and the
teachings of the early Church. OCTAVIUS describes a lively
debate between a pagan and a second century Christian on the
Christian Faith. Both are valuable documents for understanding
the Church. SCROLL 160pp. Paper d$7.00
5) (WKS) THE WORKS OF ST. PATRICK and ST. SECUNDINUS, HYMN ON
ST. PATRICK trans. by Ludwig Bieler. Writings by two early
fifth century western saints, including letters and sayings of
St. Patrick, Canons of a local church council, Patrick's
Hymn, known as Lorica, and the Hymn on St. Patrick written by
his contemporary, St. Secundinus. Excellent early Christian
writings. ACW Vol. 17 PAUL 119pp. Cloth d$12.00 LATER
6) (AT) THE APOSTOLIC TRADITION of St. Hyppolytus of Rome
translated from the Greek by Gregory Dix and edited by Gregory
Dix and Henry Chadwick. This treatise from the early third
century provides some of the earliest teachings on church life
and order which have come down to us. It is divided into three
sections: Part I. Of the Clergy; Part II. Of the Laity and
Part III. Church Observances. Contains an extensive
historical introduction and discussion of texts, and copious
notes. MOR 90pp. Paper e$13.00
7) (CG1) HOMILIES ON THE GOSPELS, BOOK ONE by the Venerable Bede,
trans. by Lawrence T. Martin and David Hurst. A collection of
sermons for some Sundays and Feast Days from Advent to Great
Lent. Companion volume to Bede's COMMENTARY ON THE ACTS OF THE
APOSTLES and THE SEVEN CATHOLIC EPISTLES. CIS 252pp. Paper
8) (CG2) HOMILIES ON THE GOSPELS, BOOK TWO by the Venerable
Bede. Companion volume to Book One above, covering the period
of Great Lent through September. CIS 290pp. Paper d$14.00
(LAME) THE LAMENT OF EVE by Johanna Manley. Based upon the
commentaries by early Church Fathers on the first five
chapters of Genesis, this compunctionate lament by our
ancestress Eve provides insights on the creation, the image
and likeness of God, the tree of life, the fall and expulsion
from Paradise, God's love and more... The Epilogue develops
themes of love, hope, salvation, restoration through Christ.
Complete index and Bibliography for further reading. 154pp
9) COMMENTARY ON THE SEVEN CATHOLIC EPISTLES of Bede the
Venerable, trans. by David Hurst. This 8th Century commentary
on the Epistles of the Apostles James, Peter, John and Jude is
a valuable addition to biblical studies. Written in a clear
and simple style, it is a delight to read. CIS 253pp.
d$11.00 [note, this is different than the catalog which says out of print,
but Nina Seco gave me this as an update]
10) (FGH) FORTY GOSPEL HOMILIES by St. Gregory the Great, trans.
by Dom Daniel Hurst. A selection of homilies on various Gospel
texts now in English for the first time. A wonderful addition
to the commentaries by early Fathers of the Church. CIS
387pp. Paper d$16.00
11) (EZE) HOMILIES OF ST. GREGORY THE GREAT ON THE BOOK OF THE
PROPHET EZEKIEL translated by Theodosia Grey. The first
English translation of the sermons of St. Gregory the
Dialogist, Pope of Rome delivered in 593, during very
turbulent times. Having experienced wars, plagues, invasions,
floods as well as spiritual threats to the Church, St. Gregory
believed that the end was near and used these sermons to
prepare his flock. Very timely reading for today! CTOS
307pp. Paper e$13.00
12) [From Norman Redington]
Among Continental writers, besides those mentioned by Daniel and
of course the many editions of Augustine, one thinks of the
Loeb Classical Library, inexpensive bilingual texts from Harvard
University Press. Among those of Western Orthodox interest are the
Epistles of St. Jerome and The Consolation of Philosophy by St.
13) [From Norman Redington]
The Rule of St. Benedict is available in several editions; one I
am familiar with is Fr. Luke Dysinger's translation, embedded in
a "devotional commentary and workbook" by Norvene Vest entitled
_Preferring Christ_ (Source Books CA, Box 794, Trabuco Canyon,
14) [From Norman Redington]
Finally I want to mention the amazing online "Augustine Seminar with
Related Resources" on the World Wide Web. (Among the resources is
a brand-new translation of Gregory the Great (Dialogos) _Moralia_
and much material on Augustine, Dialogos, Jerome, Boethius, and others.)
The address is:
15) [From H. Paul Jacobson III]
Orthodox items of interest on the Old Catholic Homepage
Old Catholic Homepage
The Divine Liturgy according to The Rite of St. Tikhon,
(The American _Book of Common Prayer_ rite authorized for
Orthodox use by the Holy Synod of Moscow).
Commentary on the Liturgy of St. Tikhon from a booklet
obtained from St. Mark's Parish (Western Rite Orthodox),
16) St. Boniface
[contains a little information from an Old Catholic perspective on Ss.
Willibrord, Boniface, and Gregory---as well as Ss. Theodore of Canterbury,
Egbert, Wilfrid] I'm currently researching St. Boniface's life (or gettng
ready to, so any more material on his life you can suggest would be most
John Cyril Sladden, _Boniface of Devon: Apostle of Germany_ (Exeter:
Paternoster Press, 1980)
Charles H. Talbot, _The Anglo-Saxon Missionaries in Germany_ (NY:
Sheed & Ward, 1954).
contains the Hodoeporicon of St. Willibald (Boniface's successor, if I
read correctly, as bishop of Mainz), which is probably the oldest life.
Under Bonifacius - originally - Winifried - Saint-abp of Mainz-680-755:
Browne, George Forrest, 1833-1930, Boniface of Crediton the his
companions., SPCK 1910. (illus)
Gebauer, George John, Prolegomeno to the Ars Grammitica Bonifatii, Ph.D.
Thesis, U>Chicago, 1940. Illus.
Under Boniface, Saint, 680-755:
Schieffer, Theodore, Angelsachsen und Franken; zwei Sutdien zur Kirchen,
Kurth, Godefroid, Saint Boniface (680-755), 1902
Saint Boniface; 1935
Vita Sancti Bonifatii archiepiscopi moguntini, 1977
Williband, pres Life of Saint Boniface, 1916
Duckett, Eleanor Anglo-Saxon Saints and Scholars, 1947
Lowe, Heinz Literarischer Widersacher des Bonifatius..., 1952
Author: Kurth, Godefroid, 1847-1916.
Title: Saint Boniface; translated from the fourth French edition by Rt.
Reverend Victor Day; with insertions from the latest historical
findings by Rev. Francis S. Betten.
Pub. Info.: Milwaukee, The Bruce Publishing Company [c1935].
iuthor: Willibald, presbyter, 8th cent.
Title: The life of Saint Boniface, by Willibald; translated into
English for the first time with introduction and notes by George
Pub. Info.: Cambridge, Harvard university press; [etc., etc.] 1916.
Author: Duckett, Eleanor Shipley.
Title: Anglo-Saxon saints and scholars.
Pub. Info.: New York : Macmillan, 1947.
Author: Gebauer, George John, 1899-1969.
Title: Prolegomena to the Ars grammatica Bonifatii ... by George John
Pub. Info.: Chicago, Ill., 1942.
Phy Descript: 1 p. ., ii-iv, 106 p. diagrs. 23 cm.
Notes: Lithoprinted. Thesis (PH. D.)--University of Chicago, 1940.
LC Subject: Boniface-Saint-Archbishop-of-Mainz-ca-675-754-Ars-grammatica.
Latin-language -- Grammar -- Early-works-to-1500.
Author: Browne, G. F. (George Forrest), 1833-1930.
Title: Boniface of Crediton and his companions based on lectures
delivered in the Cathedral church of Bristol in 1906 by the
Right Rev. G. F. Browne, D.D..
Pub. Info.: London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1910.
17) [David Coomler]
_Biographical Dictionary of the Saints_ by F. G.
Holweck, published in 1924. It is a good listing of the saints of
both the Eastern and Western churches, though it does contain some
dating errors, I have noticed.
Under the mercy,